Our Signature STATE-OF-THE-ART Overspray cleaning Process
STATE-OF-THE-ART Overspray cleaning is the third and final step in our liability reduction program. Our cleaning process eliminates the use of inferior cleaning methods such as buffing machines, compounds, solvents, wet sanding, and clay bars, which can damage vehicle surfaces. Our unique cleaning hand cleaning process utilizes a soft rubber overspray eraser pad, which will not damage vehicle surfaces. Our skilled technician first washes the vehicle and then, by hand erases away the over spray using our unique “rubber- eraser-pad” system. These eraser pads effectively erase away the overspray from any smooth surface including glass, plastic, rubber, chrome and paint. These unique eraser pads are exclusive to our company as we purchased all the manufacturers production.
After the overspray is removed, a wax or sealant is applied to the painted surfaces and then the exterior of the vehicle is hand detailed.
If our overspray rubber eraser pads are ineffective on a heavily oversprayed vehicle, we have an alternate method of removal that will work in most cases. Our technicians are highly skilled at shaving off overspray from vehicles. This process is very safe on vehicle surfaces as it does not scratch, or diminish the integrity of a vehicle’s original paint. This process saves vehicles from being wet-sanded and re-painted at auto body shops and auto dealerships at costs that far exceed our charges.
Our state-of-the-art technology has been utilized nationwide to solve thousands of overspray claims.
With more than 50 years of overspray claims management and cost containment we are able to save insurance companies, contractors and self-insured entities up to 75% of potential claims costs.
All our work is guaranteed.
Our state-of-the-art technology has been utilized nationwide to solve and estimated three hundred thousand of vehicle overspray claims.